From: Marko Mäkelä (marko.makela_at_hut.fi)
Date: 2003-07-09 14:24:21
On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 11:45:58AM +0100, email@example.com wrote: > Marko's CN232 software also works fine under Mac OS X - I can't remember how > much functionality the software has at this point in time, but certainly > loading and saving files to 'tape' works quite happily. The cbmlink software should copy files and disks via the C2N232 cable on Mac OS X. Older Macs could be supported as well (I think the RS-422 can be wired as RS-232 without added components), but someone else would have to develop the serial routines. The code is already rather modular, as it supports AmigaOS, Win32 and POSIX. A few weeks ago, I soldered a serial bus cable to the C2N232 and wrote some more firmware. It already successfully echoes the data from the serial bus to the serial line, but the other way doesn't work yet. Wolfgang Moser suggested to make a new version of VC1541 that would speak to the C2N232, and Torsten Paul (the author of VC1541) contacted me yesterday about that. In that way, you could have a 1541 emulator running on virtually any system that supports RS-232 at 38,400 bps and the C programming language. Of course, you could also have a Star Commander style tool for copying disks, but it may be difficult to reuse any code of Star Commander, as it has been developed with MS-DOS specific tools. If I'm making another run of the C2N232, I'll add some holes where the serial bus cable can be soldered. Also, I might make another version of the firmware that allows you to plug the serial bus cable into the tape connector. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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